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  Publications . . .

1. Exton, J. Mechanisms of Regulation of Willms, eds. H., Ui, M., Lewis, S. B., and Park, C. R. glucagon activation of gluconeogenesis. In Gluconeogenesis, Hans Dieter Soling and Berend Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, pp 160-178, 1971.

2. Exton, J. H., Lewis, S. B., Ho, R. J., Robinson, G. A., and Park, C. R. The role of cyclic AMP in the interaction of glucagon and insulin in the control of liver metabolism. Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 185:85-100, 1971.

3. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., Wong, E., Mallette, L. E., and Exton, J. H. Role of cyclic adenylate in hepatic gluconeogenesis. In: The Role of Adenyl Cyclase and Cyclic and Cyclic 3', 5' -AMP in Biological System. Theodore W. RaIl, M. Rodbell, and Peter Condliff, eds. Fogarty International Center Proceedings, No.4, U. S. Government, pp 137-151, 1971.

4. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., Robinson, G. A., and Exton, J. H. Regulation of glucose production in liver by glucagon, catecholamines, insulin and cyclic adenylate. Acta Cient. Venez. 22, Suppl. 2:24-28, 1971.

5. Exton, J. H., Lewis, S. B., Ho, R. J., and Park, C. R. Role of cyclic AMP in the control of hepatic glucose production by glucagon and insulin. Advances in Cyclic Nucleotide Research. New York: Raven Press, pp 91-100, 1972.

6. Exton, J. H., Lewis, S. B., and Park, C. R. Examination of in vitro effects of nicotinic acid on basal and hormone stimulated glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, ureogenesis and ketogenesis in the isolated perfused rat liver. In: Metabolic Effects of Nicotinic Acid and its Derivatives. K. F. Gey and L. A. Carlson, eds, Bern, Stuttgart, Vienna: Hans Huber Publishers, pp 851-859, 1971.

7. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., Mallette, L. E., Neblett, M. S., and Exton, J. H. Relationship of some hepatic actions of insulin to the intracellular level of cyclic adenylate. In: Insulin Action, Irving B. Fritz, ed New York and London Academic Press Inc., pp 509-527, 1972.

8. Liljenquist, J. E., Bomboy, J. D., Lewis, S. B., Sinclair­Smith, B. C., Felts, P. W., Lacy, W. W., Crofford, o. B., and Liddle, G. W. Effects of glucagon on lipolysis and ketogenesis in normal and diabetic men. J. Clin. Invest. 53:190-197, 1974.

9. Liljenquist, J. E., Bomboy, J. D., Lewis,S.B.,Sinclair-Smith, B. C., Felts, P. W., Lacy, W. W., Crofford,
o. B., and Liddle, G. W. Effects of glucagon on net splanchnic cyclic AMP production in normal and diabetic men. J. Clin. Invest. 53:198-204, 1974.

10. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., and Exton, J. H. Relationship of some hepatic actions of insulin to the intracellular level of cyclic adenylate. Diabetes, 21:439-446, Supple 2, 1972.

11. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., Claus, T. H., Pilkis, S. J., Cherrington, A., and Exton, J. H. Effect of glucagon, catecholamines and insulin on hepatic levels of cyclic adenylate: a summary. In: Alfred Benzon Symposium VI, Munksgaard, Copenhagen, pp 677-679, 1974.

12. Coustan, D. R., and Lewis, S. B. Clinical approaches to diabetes in pregnancy. Contemporary OB/GYN 7:27-32, May 1976.

13. Lewis, S. B., Murray, W. K., Wallin, J. D., Coustan, D. R., Daane, T. A., Tredway, D. R., and Navins, J. P. Improved glucose control in non-hospitalized pregnant diabetic patients. Obstet. Gynecol. 48:260-267, 1976.

14. Lewis, S. B., Wallin, J. D., Kuzaya, H., Murray, W. K., Coustan, D. R., Daane, T. A., and Rubenstein, A. H. Circadian variation of serum glucose, C-peptide immunoreactivity and free insulin in normal and insulin-treated diabetic pregnant subjects. Diabetoligia 12:343-350, 1976.

15. Lewis, S. B., Wallin, J. D., Kane, J. P., and Gerich, J. E. Effect of diet composition on metabolic adaptations to hypocaloric nutrition: comparison of two diets -- one high in carbohydrate, one high in fat. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 30:160-170, 1977.

16. Schultz, T. A., Lewis, S. B., Westbie, D. K., Gerich, J. E., Wallin, J. D., and Rushakoff, R. J. Glucose delivery ­clarification of its role in regulating glucose uptake in rat skeletal muscle. Life Sci. 20:733-736, 1977.

17. Bomboy, J. D., Lewis, S. B., Lacy, W. W., Sinclair-Smith, B. C., and Liljenquist, J. E. Transient stimulatory effect of sustained hyperglucogonemia on splanchnic glucose production in normal and diabetic men. Diabetes, 26:177-184, 1977.

18. Bomboy, J. D., Lewis, S. B., Sinclair-Smith, B. C., Lacy, W. W., and Liljenquist, J. E. Insulin-glucagon interaction in controlling splanchnic glucose production in normal man. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab., 44:474-480, 1977.

19. Lewis, S. B., Schultz, T. A., Westbie, D. K., Gerich, J. E., and Wallin, J. D. Insulin-glucose dynamics during flow-through perfusion of the isolated rat hindlimb. Horm. Metab. Res., 9: 190-195, 1977.

20. Lewis, S. B., Schultz, T. A., Kaplan, R. A., and Davis, J. L. Letter to the editor: Pregnant diabetics need tight glucose control. N. England J. Medicine, 297:393, 1977.
21. Leichter, S. B., Arnold, A. C., and Lewis, S. B. Glucose tolerance, insulin secretion and glucose utilization in postgastrectomy subjects. American J. Clin. Nutr., 30: 2053-2060, 1977.

22. Gerich, J. E., Schultz, T. A., Lewis, S. B., and Karam, J. H. Clinical evaluation of somatostatin as a potential adjunct to insulin in the management of diabetes mellitus. Diabetologia, 13:537-544, 1977.

23. Lee, P. A., Wallin, J. D., Kaplowitz, N., Burkhartsmeier, G. L., Kane, J. P., and Lewis, S. B. Endocrine and metabolic alterations with food and water deprivation. American J. Clin. Nutr., 30:1953-1962, 1977.

24. Coustan, D. R., and Lewis, S. B. Insulin therapy for gestational diabetes. Obstet. Gyncol., 51:306-310, 1978.

25. Schultz, T. A., Lewis, S. B., Westbie, D. K., Wallin, J. D.; and Gerich, J. E. Glucose delivery: a modulator of glucose uptake in contracting muscle. American J. Physiol., 233: E514-E518, 1977.

26. Buchanan, G. C., Tredway, D. R., and Lewis, S. B. Oral contraceptive exposure in a male with pituitary microadenoma: a case report. Contraception, 16(4) :351-356, 1977.

27. Davis, J. L., Lewis, S. B., Gerich, J. E., Kaplan, R. A., Schultz, T. A., and Wallin, J. D. Successful treatment of the painful peripheral neuropathy of diabetes with psychotropic drugs. JAMA, 238:2291-2292, 1977.

28. Rushakoff, R. J., Lewis, S. B., Schultz, T. A., Kaplan, R. A., Davis, J. L., Pilkis, S. J., Ho, R. J., and Wallin, J. D. Epinephrine-induced C-AMP production and vasoconstriction in the noncyclically perfused rat hindlimb: a possible role for insulin. Life Sci., 22:61-66, 1976.

29. Shore, V. G., Shore, B., and Lewis, S. B. Isolation and characterization of two threonine-poor apoliprotroteins of human plasma high-density lipoproteins. Biochemistry, 17(11): 2174-2179, 1978.

30. Davis, J. L., Lewis, S. B., Schultz, T. A., Kaplan, R. A., and Wallin, J. D. Acute and chronic phosphate depletion as modulator of glucose uptake in rat skeletal muscle. Life Sci., 24:629-632, 1979.

31. Gerich, JI, Davis, J., Lorenzi, M., rizza, R., Bohanon, N., Karam, J., Lewis, S. B., Kaplan, R., Schultz, T., and Cryer, P. Mechanisms of recovery from hypoglycemia in man. I. Interaction of glucagon and epinephrine. Am. J. Physiol. 236(4): E380-E385, 1979 or Am. J. Physiol. Endo. and Metab. Gastrointest. Physiol., 5(4) :E380-E385, 1979.

32. Krauss, R. M., Lindgren, F. T., Wong, A., Anderson, B., Parr, S. S., and Lewis, S. B. Measurement of HDL and other lipoproteins by quantitative electrophoresis in report of high density lipoprotein workshop, San Francisco, CA., March 12-14, edited by Kenneth Lipee, Ph.D., NIH publication # 79-1661, pp 114-124, 1979.

33. Schmitt, James K., Poole, Joel R., Schultz, Thomas, A., and Lewis, S. B. Use of the computer in the management and study of diabetes mellitus. Present Concepts in Internal Medicine, 13: 129-137, 1980.

34. Lewis, S. B., Schultz, T. A., Daniels, E. L., Bliziotes,

M. M., and Montague, W. Prolonged effect of insulin on glucose uptake by rat skeletal muscle. Biochem. J., 186:733-738, 1980.

35. Jung, J. W., LCDR, NC, USN, Deane, E., LTJG, NC, USNR, Lewis, S. B., COR, MC, USN: Computerized management of the diabetic patient, U. S. Navy Medicine, 71:18-20, 1980.

36. Woodruff, Robert E., Lewis, Stephen, B., McLesky, Charles H., Graney, William F. Avoidance of surgical hyperglycemia in diabetic patients. J.A.M.A., 244:166-168, 1980.
37. Schmitt, J. K., Poole, J. R., Lewis, S. B. A computer-oriented diabetes clinic: assessing the benefits of diabetic control. Proceedings, Fourth Annual Symposium on Computer Application in Med. Care, November 2-5, pp 1044-1048, 1980.

38. Lombardo, J. W., Paul, B. M., Baer, R., and Lewis, S. B. The cost-effectiveness of second-level drugs in the treatment of essential hypertension. Proceedings, 4th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Med. Care, November 2-5, pp 844-852, 1980.

39. Schultz, T. A., Lewis, S. B., Davis, J. L., et ale Effect of sulfonyluria therapy and plasma glucose levels on hemoglobin A1c in type II diabetes mellitus. Am. J. Med. 70:373-378, 1981.

40. Lewis, Stephen B. Letter to the Editor, Control of Glucose Level. J.A.M.A., 245:1527, 1981.

41. Lewis, Stephen B., Poole, Joel R., Schmitt, James K., Maman, Arie, and Bliziotes, Michael M. Management of the diabetic undergoing surgery. In: Diabetes, The Glucograf Method for Normalizing Blood Sugar, Richard K. Berstein, ed. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., pp 246-266, 1981.

42. Liljenquist, J. E., Lewis, S. B., Cherrington, A. D., Sinclair-Smith, B. C., and Lacy, W. W. Effects of pharmacologic hyperglucagonemia on plasma amino acid concentrations in normal and diabetic man. Metabolism, 30:1195-1199, 1981.

43. Shore, V. G., Forte, T., Licht, H., and Lewis, S.: Serum and urinary lipoproteins in the human nephrotic syndrome: evidence for renal catabolism of lipoproteins. Metabolism, 31:258-268, 1982.

44. Fern, Peter, E., Grunert, George M., and Lewis, Stephen B. Urinary estriols- are they of value in normoglycemic diabetic pregnancy? Diabetic Care, 5:316-318, 1982.

45. Daniels, E. L., and Lewis, S. B. administration alone or combined with uptake in the perfused rat hindlimb. 1982. Acute tolbutamide insulin enhances glucose Endocrin., 110:1840-1841.

46. Bulusu, N. W., Lewis, S. B., Das, S., and Clayton, W. E., Jr. Serum lipid changes after estrogen therapy in prostatic carcinoma. Urology, 20:147-150, 1982.

47. Schmitt, J. K., Lewis, S. B., Poole, J. R., Fisher, F. E., Shore, V. G. and Forsham, P. H. Hemoglobin A1 correlates with the ratio of low to high density lipoprotein cholesterol in normal weight type II diabetics. Metabolism, 31:1084-1089, 1982.

48. Bliziotes, M. M., Lewis, S. B., and Licht, J. H. Dose-related influence of indomethacin on parathyroid hormone-stimulated adenosine 3', 5' -monophosphate release from the perfused rat hindlimb. Endocrinology, 111:1657-1662, 1982. 49. Lewis, S. B. Conventional insulin management for the non-hospitalized pregnant diabetic woman. In: Sweet Success: teaching Diabetes and Pregnancy Management (supplement), John L. Kitzmiller,

50. Lewis, S. B. 17, 475-478, In: Forsham and F. S. 1983. Management of the pregnant diabetic. Chapter Basic and Clinical Endocrinology. P. M. Greenspan, eds. Lange Medical Publications,
 
51. Licht, J. M., Haley, R. J., Pugh, B., and Lewis, S. B. Diuretic use in essential hypertension, an analysis of efficacy, hypokalemic effects and cost. Arch. of Int. Med., 143:1694, September 1983.

52. Woody, J. N., Maples, J. A., Matthews, J. G., Lewis, S. B. Nanfro, J. J., Reynolds, C. P. Cadaver vertebral bodies source of large quantities of viable human bone marrow. International Congress of the Transplantation Society, Minneapolis, MI, August 26-31, 1984. S. B., as a 10th

53. Maples, J. A., Reynolds, C. P., Matthews, J. G., Lewis, S. B. , Woody, J. N. Cadaver vertebral bodies as a source of large quantities of viable human bone marrow. Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant Workshop, Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program, NCI, NIH, Bethesda, MD, March 26, 1984.

54. Lewis, S. B., Reynolds, C. P., Maples, J. A., Woody, J. N., and Kessler, S. Effect of transferrin on cell activation as measured by Rhodamine 123. Federation Proceedings, 43: No.3, 521, March 1, 1984.

55. Lewis, S. B., Reynolds, C. P., Maples, J. A., Woody, J. N., and Kessler, S. Effect of transferrin on cell activation as measured by Rhodamine 123. American Physiological Society Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2-6 April 1984.

56. Bowers, G. M., Granet, M., Stevens, M., Emerson, J., Corio, R., Mellonig, J., Lewis, S. B., Peltzman, B., Romberg, E., Risom, L.: Histologic Evaluation of New Attachment in Humans. A Preliminary Report. Journal of Periodontology, 56:381-396, 1985.

57. Melaragno, A. J., Reynolds, C. P., Lewis, S. B., Maples, J. A., and Woody, J. N. Variable response of human lymphocytic leukemia lines to TPA-induced cell differentiation as determ by multi-parameter flow cytometry. Leukemia Society of America Medical Conference, Reno, NV, March 1985.

58. Melaragno, A. J., Reynolds, C. P., Lewis, S. B., Maples, J. A., and Woody, J. N. Alternative sources of transplantable stem cells: cryopreserved peripheral blood stem cells and human cadaveric bone marrow. Registries for Bone Marrow Transplantation, NIH, May 13-15, 1985.

59. Daniels, E. L., Lewis, S. B., and Schultz, T. A. Stimulation of glucose uptake in skeletal muscle using bolus or continuous insulin delivery. Horm. Metabol. Res., 17:562-565, 1985.

60. Reed, H. L., Pepper, S., Lewis, S. B., Robertson, R., and Bachrach, A. J. Venous hemoglobin oxygen saturation correlates positively with skin temperature in men. Seventy-first Annual Meeting for the American Societies for Experimental Biology, 30 March 1987, Washington DC.

61. Pepper, S., Reed, H. L., Kowalski, K., Allen, L., and Lewis, S. B. Correlations of a cold hand pressor test with physiological changes predictive of whole body cold tolerance in men. Seventy-first Annual Meeting for the American Societies for Experimental Biology, 2 April 1987, Washington DC.

62. Hesslink, R. L., Jr., Reed, H. L., VonTersch, J. F., Smart, W., Pepper, S. J., and Lewis, S. B. Plasma catecholamine responses to short term hot and cold air exposure in men. The Endocrine Society, 9 June 1987, Indianapolis, Indiana.

63. Winsborough, M. M., Hesslink, R. L. Jr., Thomas, J. R., Ahlers, S., Shrot, J., House, J., Van Orden, K., and Lewis, S. B. Cardiopulmonary Alterations during Cold Stress. American Physiological Society, 11-15 October 1987, San Diego, CA.
 
64. Reed, H. L., Kowalski, K. R., Shakir, S. M., Burman, K. D., O'Brian, J. T., and Lewis S. B. Multiple cold air exposures elevate serum total and low density lipoprotein cholesterol in euthyroid men. Clinical Research, 36, 389A, 1988.

65. Pepper, S. J., Reed, H. L., Carey, R. M., and Lewis, S. B. Renin and aldosterone response in men to acute exposures of cold and heat. The FASEB Journal 2, A330, 1988.

66. Hesslink, R. L., Jr., Kowalski, K. R., Allen, L., Pepper, S. J., Lewis, S. B. Individual arm responses to a cold hand pressor test. The FASEB Journal 2, A968, 1988.

67. Ahlers, S. T., Hesslink, R. L. Jr., Thomas, J. R., and Lewis, S. B. Post-immersion administration of oral caffeine attenuates the afterdrop in core temperature after mild hypothermia. The FASEB Journal 2, A1529, 1988.

68. Lewis, S. B. Book Review: Human Performance Physiology and Environmental Medicine at Terrestrial Extremes. UnderseaBiomedical Research, 15, 397, 1988.

69. Pepper, S. J., Reed, H. L., Carey, R. M., and Lewis, S. B. Hormonal and hemodynamic effects of heat and cold tolerance tests before and after multiple cold air exposures. Naval Medical Research Institute Technical Report 89-13, February 1989.

70. Hesslink, R. L., Jr., Pepper, S., Olsen, R. G., Lewis, S. B., and Homer, L. D. Radio frequency (13.56 MHz) energy enhances recovery from mild hypothermia. J. Appl. Physiol., 67:1208-1212, 1989.

71. Reed H. L., Pepper, S. J., Armstrong, D., Von Tersch, F. J., and Lewis S. B. Oxygen saturation of brachial venous blood correlates with fingertip temperatures between 11° C and 39° C. Aviat., Space, and Environ. Med., 60:1068-71, 1989.

72. D'Alesandro, M. M., Reed, H. L., Robertson, R. R., and Lewis, S. B. Simplified methods of collecting and processing whole blood for quantitation of plasma catecholamines. Laboratory Medicine, 21:26-29,1990.

73. Thomas, J. R., S. T. Ahlers, J. F. House, J. Schrot, K. F. Van Orden, M. M. Winsborough, R. L. Hesslink, Jr., and S. B. Lewis. Adrenergic responses to cognitive activity in a cold environment. J. Appl. Physiol., 68(3) :962-966, 1990

74. Ahlers, S. T., R. L. Hesslink, Jr., S. B. Lewis, and J. R. Thomas. CAffeine attenuates the afterdrop in core temperature after mild hypothermia. Naval Medical Research Institute Technical Report, 90-110, pp 14, November 1990.

75. Reed, H. L., Kowalski, K. R., D'Alesandro, M. M., Robertson, R., and Lewis, S. B. Propranolol fails to lower the increased blood pressure caused by cold air exposure. Aviat. Space, and Environ. Med. 62:111-5, 1991

76. Lewis, S. B., Biondo, C. F., and Page, J. C. Medical Management of the Diabetic Patient During Podiatric Surgery. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. 84:431­438, 1994.

77. Rushakoff, R. J. and Lewis, S. B. Case Of Pseudo­hypoglycemia. Diabetes Care, 24, 2157 - 2157, 2001.


 

 
 

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